Every wedding can use a bit of whimsy and it’s customary for it to arrive after the ceremony.
In this wedding, it was first to walk down the aisle.
The bride painted spent shotgun shells, attached a pin and some twine. Ambience Florals added sprigs of fresh baby’s breath, lemon leaf, and a rose on the day of the wedding. BAM. Clearly, a well conceived look with a strong visual impact and just the right amount of lightheartedness.
Wedding “style” is created by a well orchestrated theme and a consistent color pallet. Notice how the colors remain uniform and keep repeating, ivory, teal, and camel. It’s a lovely combinations of colors.
There is an interesting play between formal and rustic. But……and this a big but, it is mostly rustic. By sticking to the mostly rustic theme the formal attire become more interesting. It’s unexpected and charming, perfect for a wedding in a the great outdoors.
And the rest is history. A beautiful bride, a charming groom and a perfectly styled wedding.
Planning a wedding and need some help creating your “look”. Give me a call. Let’s talk flowers. Liz Ash floral designer/owner Ambience Florals